MB Stone Care MB-1 Marble, Granite & More Floor Cleaner-CASE
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MB-1 MARBLE, GRANITE & MORE FLOOR CLEANER IS AN AGGRESSIVE, SLIGHTLY ALKALINE AND RINSE-FREE FORMULA. IT MAINTAINS A NATURAL STREAK-FREE LOOK ON MARBLE, GRANITE, CERAMIC, HARDWOOD AND ANY OTHER HARD SURFACE NOT HARMED BY WATER HIGHLY CONCENTRATED, AGGRESSIVE, SLIGHTLY ALKALINE DETERGENT WITH A TWIST! IT IS RINSE-FREE AND LEAVES NO DULLING FILM. SPECIAL ORGANIC SALTS IN ITS FORMULA ACT AS MOISTURIZERS, THUS PREVENTING NATURAL STONE FROM DRYING OUT. IT ALSO CONTAINS OPTICAL BRIGHTENERS TO ENHANCE THE FINISH OF THE SURFACES ON WHICH IT IS USED. ORIGINALLY DESIGNED FOR MARBLE AND GRANITE, IT IS GENTLE ENOUGH TO BE SAFELY USED ON HARDWOOD, CERAMIC, RESILIENT TILE AND ANY OTHER HARD SURFACE NOT HARMED BY WATER.
Just add 1 to 2 ounces of MB-1 Marble, Granite and More Floor Cleaner to a gallon of warm or cold water and watch your polished or honed stone floor come alive! Its aggressive, slightly alkaline NO RINSE formulation effortlessly cleans soil and grime and dries with NO STREAKS. Special inorganic salts in the formula act as moisturizers and optical brighteners, actually enhancing the shine on the floor. Also excellent for wood floors, ceramic and porcelain tiles and great for the maintenance of large commercial floors with automatic scrubbing machines, too!
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Mix approximately 1 to 3 Fl. Oz. (4 to 12 capfuls) according to soil conditions with 1 gallon of warm water, then mop as usual. DO NOT rinse. Rinsing would remove the organic salts in the formula that were designed to remain on the floor surface. DO NOT use more product than the proportion indicated. Though no damage would occur, rinsing would be necessary.
WARNING! CAUSES EYE IRRITATION. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Wash thoroughly after handling.
FIRST AID: In case of contact, immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. If irritation persists, call a physician. If swallowed drink plenty of water and call a physician immediately.